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Monday, 8 April 2013

FOUR Generations of Superb Chinese Food, Penang Has It All

 This is a real old town of Penang.
If you are a tourist and you want to experience old Penang at it's best with one of the best Chinese food, here is the place to go.
This place never lets you down and has been running for FOUR generations with the same consistency.

 So before we venture into the delicious food, let us take a walk around the old town of Penang...

 Right along Cintra Street the road parallel to People's Park where our dinner venue is, shoplot No 76 which sell the best 'Eu Char Koay' in Penang.  
See later photos on a good suggestion on how to eat the 'Eu Char Koay'

 Then, right opposite this shop, still along Cintra Street is Ng Kee Cake Shop, selling traditional biscuits and goodies ...
The wide selection makes your mouth water.
Even if you are not a dessert person, just go in and have a look.
There are savoury char siew buns and great sweets as well.

 Now for the highlight ... Boey Chong Kee
Run by a generations of daughters in the family, tucked in the old town of Penang, this is a local's secret.  If you are a local and have never been here, please go there tonight.

 This is the home of The Best Sweet & Sour Pork in The WORLD!
And no, I am not exaggerating ...
Try it if you don't believe me ! 

 Other highly recommended dishes you should try ...

Beef Tendon with Egg - Ngau Pak Yip (Cantonese)
Sour Plum Steamed Fish Head
Stir Fry Beef with Bitter Gourd
Braised Duck
Braised Spare Ribs
Beef Sar Hor Fun with Egg
Seafood Hor Fun

I think if you are a red meat person, try all the beef and duck dishes ... 

 Dip your 'Eu Char Koay' in to the sweet and sour pork sauce and you are in heaven ...

Tip from Foodie
Go with a big group of people so you can savor more dishes
Also must go early as the wait may be very long... after all this is a family business
Over the years, the prices here have gone up rather drastically but what to do ...
if you come across good food, it has to be worth the money cause
these days ...

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